Category Student Life

Lessons in event management from the Matterhorn Ultraks

On August 25th and 26th Glion students in the event management program worked as volunteers at the Matterhorn Ultraks event in Zermatt. They headed up to this famous mountain ski resort to lend a hand in the set-up and organization of the event, which attracted 2,400 participants this year. The Ultraks is a two-day trail running event with different races including a vertical race, kids race, and the 16, 32

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15 Fun Examples of Glion Student Life

Life at Glion is anything but ordinary, it tends to lean towards the extraordinary. Our students like to take the best elements from the world’s most dynamic industries –hospitality, tourism, events, and sports — and bring them to life on and off-campus. Here are some examples of things that students do pretty much every semester, that’s every six months, if you can believe it. Holi Montreux May 20, 2017 –

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Student life in Switzerland – Typical Events on Campus

Life in Switzerland consistently ranks among the best in the world for the quality of life and happiest citizens. It’s a country that offers an ideal mix of beautiful settings on the outside, and fun, culturally rich activities and individuals on the inside… just like Glion Institute of Higher Education. On the Glion and Bulle campuses of GIHE in Switzerland, our students lead a close-knit community life that enriches their studies

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A Day Trip to Genova, Italy with Glion

By Ainur Assylkhanova On Saturday, April 8th, we had a chance to visit a beautiful place called Genova, the sixth largest city in Italy. This trip was organized by the Student Life Department, in collaboration with the Academic Department. Although it was just right after the mid-term break, a lot of students were interested in visiting Genova. First, we visited the Cruise liner called Costa Diadema. This massively huge and

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Glion Life in London – Entertainment, Games and Culinary Delights

If you ask any Glion London student why they chose to study hospitality management in London, the answer is always something about London itself: “London offers such an amazing experience.” or”London has so much to discover and so many things to do.”etc.  The question remains: as students are very busy with academic projects, do they really get to enjoy London like they said they would? If these stories about their

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